Tadlock's Glasses

Album: Hot Sauce Committee Part Two (2011)
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  • Now it's suffice to say that I'm nicer
    Nice in the cut and yes I'm the slicer
    Or should I say I'm the filleter
    I hate the game I hate the player
    But don't get discombobulated and upset
    Because trust me we ain't even begun yet

    Mike D's got it locked and we rock it nonstop
    Adrock's got it locked and we rock it nonstop
    MCA's got it locked and we rock it nonstop
    And you don't stop the body rock

    Watch me make it pop now I make it sizzle
    As I flip your omelet up at the b bizzle
    I'm like multo Mario they call me Tasty D
    Your quick fire challenge freak the huiki
    You can call me chef 'cause it's bonafide
    Knife skills on the block that I'm taking world wide


    I've got bass lines bubbling up on out of my hands
    Don't want to never play nothin' that sounds too bland
    Shazam! Sprinkle on some magic dust
    You've got a bagel in your pants and that's a must
    Plus I cuss and I grab my nuts
    Got a six finger ring that says "Excuse our dust"


    Sometimes things just don't connect Writer/s: ADAM HOROVITZ, ADAM NATHANIEL YAUCH, MICHAEL LOUIS DIAMOND
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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